How do I self write a patent
I am currently working on a simple, but useful protype for a drill bit and I was wondering what type of lawyer in the columbus area or in general websight would be able to assist me in the process of writing my own patent in order to save money. #lawyers #job-search #money #savings #patent
There is no requirement that whatever you are trying to get a patent on has actually been built.
It’s more useful to search through existing patents to see if whatever you have developed is actually novel.
Google patents is a free, robust database of existing patents. You can search it for patents that are similar to see if what you have developed has already been patented.
Jenna Zebrowski, JD, MBA
Here is some information about patents and how to register them in the United States: <https://www.uspto.gov/>. You probably need to complete your invention and make sure it is unique enough before you file for a patent. If you have an instructor or someone helping you develop the drill bit, they might be able to help you out, or perhaps a local librarian can point you in the right direction. Good luck!